Malawi Parliament for Rigorous Anti-Corruption Measures

Parliament has pledged to strengthen its internal processes and measures to prevent corruption among its rank and file and advocate for strong anti-corruption policies and laws at national level.

Govt Tipped on Disaster Survivors’ Relocation

Nsanje and Chikwawa Socio-Economic Development Trust has snubbed the government's move to stop helping victims of manmade disasters such as floods and mudslides before providing amenities in the upper areas.

Use Carbon Tax for Intended Purpose – Parliament

The Parliamentary Committee on Natural Resources and Climate Change says it will be a cheat on Malawians by government if Treasury insists on using carbon tax to increase tax base instead of mitigating climate change effects.

Parliament Asked to Enforce Section 65

Commentators say it is high time national assembly started leading by example to respect will of the people by enforcing Section 65 of the Constitution.

Chakwera to Physically Open Parliament

President Lazarus Chakwera says will physically deliver his maiden State of National Address (SONA) at parliament under strict COVID-19 preventive measures on 4th September, 2020.

Parliament in Business Unusual in Wake of Covid-19, Sets Conduct Guidelines

Parliament of Malawi has put in place exclusive guideline to govern conduct of meetings of the house during the period of the Corona Virus pandemic.

MRCS Launches Mobile Emergency Operation Centre

The Malawi Red Cross Society (MRCS) has launched the Mobile Emergency Operation Centre which will help to scale up coordination and urgent response during disasters in the country.

Judiciary Officials Interrogated on Finances

Officials from the Judiciary appeared before the Public Accounts Committee of Parliament Tuesday afternoon, where they were interrogated on a number of audit queries raised by the Auditor General in an Audit Report on management of public funds, covering the 2016 2017 financial year.

HRDC presence Disrupts Parliament

Parliament yesterday was forced into early adjournment after some legislators from government benches raised concerns over the presence of Human Rights Defenders Coalition (HRDC) leaders in the visitors’ gallery.

Land Sale Probe Awaits Funding

Chairperson of a joint parliamentary committee that is probing into alleged dubious sale of public land says they are waiting for funds to proceed with the inquiry.

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